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  Famous Australian Celebrities: A Match Quiz   best quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Being a proud Australian, I wanted to be the first person to write an Australian "Match" quiz. This is an introductory Australian celebrities quiz. Let's go....
Very Easy, 10 Qns, 1nn1, Mar 11 24
Very Easy
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Mar 11 24
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  Aussie Icons On Loan   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is my 100th quiz. It is about Australian celebrities past and present who have made it big in other parts of the world. Can you guess who they are by the clues I give? Good Luck!
Easier, 10 Qns, Soozy_Woozy, Jan 10 08
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  Come Dine With Me Australia   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here are some invitations designed to lure a selection of Australian celebrities (past and present) to grace my table with their presence. Can you guess who is being targeted in each case?
Easier, 10 Qns, looney_tunes, Dec 01 16
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  Aussie Movie Stars Need a Home #1   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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It's a tough gig, being the real estate agent to the stars. They ring continually in search of a new house. Can you figure out who is on the other end of the phone from what they tell me?
Average, 10 Qns, Tizzabelle, May 14 13
Tizzabelle gold member
474 plays
  From Oz to Tinseltown   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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These Australian actors, famous in the land of Oz, have also made it in Hollywood. This quiz is about ten of them.
Easier, 10 Qns, wenray, Jul 26 23
Jul 26 23
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  Aussie TV Stars Need a Home #3   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
They won't leave me alone! Aussie TV stars have been ringing me day and night looking for a new home. Can you figure out who has been calling me from what they tell me?
Average, 10 Qns, Tizzabelle, Apr 27 13
Tizzabelle gold member
419 plays
  Celebrities Australian Style   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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Australian celebrities adorn our weekly magazines. Love them or hate them, we still read all about them! How well do you know them?
Average, 10 Qns, Adawaz, Jun 02 14
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  Aussie Comics   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
From Moe Macachie through to Crocodile Dundee, we Aussies have exhibited a very droll sense of humour! Who, or which comic character am I describing in the following - includes stand up comedians, radio, television and movies. All multiple choice.
Average, 15 Qns, Engadine, Aug 16 21
Aug 16 21
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  Aussie TV Stars Need a Home #2   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Yet again, it's a busy day in the real estate office. My phone hasn't stopped ringing with Australian TV stars who need a new domicile. Can you figure out who has been ringing from what they tell me?
Average, 10 Qns, Tizzabelle, Apr 28 13
Tizzabelle gold member
327 plays
  Aussie Movie Stars Need a Home #2   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The hotline to my real estate office is ringing off the hook with Aussie movie stars who need a new abode. Can you figure out who is calling from what they tell me?
Average, 10 Qns, Tizzabelle, Jul 07 13
Tizzabelle gold member
371 plays
  Aussie TV Stars Need a Home #1   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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It's a busy day in the real estate office. My phone hasn't stopped ringing with Australian TV stars who want me to find them a new home. Can you figure out who has been ringing me from what they tell me?
Average, 10 Qns, Tizzabelle, Apr 15 13
Tizzabelle gold member
494 plays
  Match the Australian Celebrities    
Match Quiz
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Match up the Australian celebrities - authors with their books, characters with their performers, art with the artist and plays with the playwright. Each choice fits best with just one celebrity.
Average, 10 Qns, ClaudiaCat, May 23 17
ClaudiaCat gold member
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  The Doug Anthony Allstars    
Multiple Choice
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I was somewhat shocked and surprised to see that the famous Australian comedy trio have not yet featured on Funtrivia! So here's my quiz on the good, the bad, and the guitarist.
Tough, 10 Qns, illawarra3, Mar 26 07
779 plays
  Roy and HG    
Multiple Choice
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The Road to Commercial Success ... Roy and HG found near-international fame as variety and talk show presenters on their 'down under' televisual coverage of the Sydney Olympics in Sydney. Have a go at these quizzical yorkers dating from their early years
Difficult, 5 Qns, quacker, May 10 06
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Australian Celebrities Trivia Questions

1. Is that 'Hanna'? I've lived in 'The Castle' in 'Munich' but now it's time to settle down in my own home. Can you help me please? Who is this Aussie actor, tired of living in a castle?

From Quiz
Aussie Movie Stars Need a Home #2

Answer: Eric Bana

Eric Banadinovic was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1968. Whilst he had a talent for mimicking family and others, he never thought of making a career of acting. His start in show business was as a stand-up comedian in a pub in which he worked as a barman. It still didn't pay enough so he continued being a barman and a waiter. Two years later in 1993 he made his debut on television as a comic and has since gone on to critical acclaim in internationally successful movies. Eric married publicist Rebecca Gleeson in 1997. The movies referred to in the question are 'The Castle' (1997), 'Munich' (2005) and 'Hanna' made in 2011.

2. Some of the roles played by this Award-winning Australian actress have been Elizabeth I in "Elizabeth", Galadriel in "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, and Katharine Hepburn in "The Aviator". Do you know who she is?

From Quiz From Oz to Tinseltown

Answer: Cate Blanchett

Catherine Elise Blanchett was born in Melbourne, Victoria, in 1969. She studied in Sydney at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and graduated in 1992. In her first major theatrical role in 1993, she appeared opposite Geoffrey Rush in "Oleanna". She also played in "Hamlet" with Geoffrey Rush and Richard Roxburgh in 1994-95. Over the next few years she appeared in numerous stage plays and TV shows. She made her international film debut in 1997 in the movie "Paradise Road" which starred Glenn Close and Frances McDormand. In 1997 she had the starring role in "Oscar and Lucinda" opposite Ralph Fiennes. Cate has appeared in such films as "Elizabeth", "Pushing Tin", "The Talented Mr Ripley", "Bandits"," Charlotte Gray", "Babel", "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" and" The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", to name a few. She had been nominated four times for an Academy Award before she won her first, for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for "The Aviator". She won her first BAFTA Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for "Elizabeth". She won her first Golden Globe award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture for "Elizabeth". These are only a few of the multitude of Awards for which she was nominated and has won.

3. Hello. I'm on a 'Dateline'. I need a house in '60 minutes' due to an affair I'm having currently on 'Sunday'. Do you have a 'Witness' to watch me sign a contract? Who am I?

From Quiz Aussie TV Stars Need a Home #1

Answer: Jana Wendt

Melbourne born Jana Wendt was the child of Czech refugees who arrived in Australia in 1949. She was born seven years later in 1956. Jana found a career in journalism after university, despite only knowing that she wanted a job dealing with ideas. She has been a part of some very successful shows on television and also created some controversy by insisting on quality journalism rather than tabloid trash. More power to her I say! The TV shows referred to in the question were 'Dateline', '60 Minutes', 'A Current Affair', 'Witness' and 'Sunday', all of which were/are current affairs type shows. All the incorrect answers are women who have appeared on Aussie TV. Liz Hayes is news journalist while Marilyn Mayo was a TV hostess, and Sigrid Thornton is an actress.

4. Lleyton Hewitt, tennis player extraordinaire, married which Australian soap star in 2005?

From Quiz Celebrities Australian Style

Answer: Bec Cartwright

Bec and Lleyton married on the 21st July 2005. Lleyton Glynn Hewitt was the youngest person ever to be ranked Number One tennis player in the world in November 2001 (aged 20 years). Bec was one of our best loved soapie stars in the series "Home and Away" during the period 1998 to 2005, playing the character Hayley Smith Lawson. Ada and Kate, fellow cast members, were her bridesmaids when she married Lleyton. When their first child, a daughter named Mia, was born it seemed as though they were on the cover page of every magazine in print! Bec won the first "Dancing with the Stars" series in 2004 and the much coveted Gold Logie award as Most Popular Personality in 2006.

5. Which celebrity is a Tenterfield lad from Oz, who married the daughter of a star from "The Wizard of Oz"? He is known for saying that "Forgiveness is a funny thing, it warms the heart and cools the sting."

From Quiz Aussie Icons On Loan

Answer: Peter Allen

Peter Allen Woolnough was born on 10 February 1944, in Tenterfield, New South Wales. He was a singer/songwriter who made famous the 1972 song "I Still Call Australia Home". Peter's big break internationally was in the 1960s when he started performing with Judy Garland in America. Judy was famous for her role in the 1939 film called "The Wizard of Oz". Peter gained even more fame posthumously from the 2003 Broadway opening of the stage musical called "The Boy From Oz", which included the song "I Go To Rio". In 1967 Peter married Judy's daughter Liza Minelli and on 18 June 1992 he died due to an Aids related disease.

6. Who is not a member of the Doug Anthony Allstars?

From Quiz The Doug Anthony Allstars

Answer: Rove McManus

Tim, Paul and Richard started as street buskers.

7. In the 1986 movie of the same name, which character said, "For a minute there, 'room-service' took on a whole new meaning"?

From Quiz Aussie Comics

Answer: Crocodile Dundee

In the movie, 'Crocodile Dundee', Paul Hogan is perfect as Mick Dundee, the laconic outback safari runner and crocodile hunter. His laidback style is typical of the true-blue Aussie - he began his working life as a rigger on the Sydney Harbour Bridge! His 'break' into television came with an appearance on 'New Faces' in the mid-70s.

8. What does HG Nelson pronounce on the front of 'H' when pronouncing that letter, that most non-Australians do not?

From Quiz Roy and HG

Answer: H

This, apparently, can be traced back to the Irish nuns who often taught in Catholic schools in colonial Australia and is nothing to be ashamed about.

9. Russell Crowe is a somewhat cranky Academy Award winning actor. Whereabouts did his marriage to Danielle Spencer take place?

From Quiz Celebrities Australian Style

Answer: Nana Glen, near Coffs Harbour

Russell and Danielle were married at their property near Coffs Harbour in a chapel that they had especially constructed for the event. Wellington, New Zealand was Russell's birthplace but he is now an adopted Australian. Russell won the Oscar for Best Actor for "Gladiator" in 2000. Danielle had a part in "Home and Away" in 1995 playing the character Quinn Jackson and is the daughter of long term "Play School" presenter Don Spencer.

10. This film star loved to cruise around in an urban setting whilst being bewitched. "Now I can wear heels" was one of her quotes after divorcing her first husband.

From Quiz Aussie Icons On Loan

Answer: Nicole Kidman

Nicole Mary Kidman AC, was born on June 20 1967, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Nicole has been married to Actor Tom Cruise and Singer Keith Urban. She is a multi award winning film star, who is also a singer and recording artist. Nicole's big break overseas came in 1989 in America, when she played opposite Sam Neill and Billy Zane in the thriller "Dead Calm". Some of her other films include "Moulin Rouge"(2001), "The Hours"(2003) and '"Bewitched"(2003). In 2006 she became the highest paid actress in the film industry. In 2003 she received a Star on the walk of Fame in Hollywood California and she also became a Goodwill Ambassador for UNIFEM and UNICEF.

11. What is the name of the only single of the Doug Anthony Allstars to hit the 'Top 40' in Australia?

From Quiz The Doug Anthony Allstars

Answer: Hippie

"Hippie", also known as "I want to spill the blood of a hippie", it also had a video clip which was shown commercially in the early 90's.

12. Who starred as Barry Mackenzie in the film, 'The Adventures of Barry Mackenzie'?

From Quiz Aussie Comics

Answer: Barry Crocker

This 1972 film, directed by Bruce Beresford, was an uproarious, over-the-top, politically incorrect, blunt, humourously, jaunty look at a naive Australian in the UK. Followed by the sequel, 'Barry Mackenzie Holds His Own', in 1974.

13. Which racehorse was once described, by the Nissan Cedrics no less, as 'The arsy, classy, Mr Darcy'?

From Quiz Roy and HG

Answer: Rooting King

Even before he was put out to stud, this stallion knew how it was done.

14. I've lived with 'The Young Doctors' and then my 'Sons and Daughters'. Now I need a place of my own that's more than 'The Box' I live in now. Can you help me please or are you 'The Weakest Link' in this house hunt? Who is this celebrity?

From Quiz Aussie TV Stars Need a Home #2

Answer: Cornelia Frances

Cornelia Frances Zulver was born in Liverpool in the United Kingdom. After moving to Australia, her acting career began with a small role in a soap opera called 'The Box'. She played the stern Sister Scott in 'The Young Doctors' in the 1970s, and the 1980s saw Cornelia take on the role of Barbara Hamilton in 'Sons and Daughters. She is now best known as the host of 'The Weakest Link' in Australia (2001-02) or in her often seen role in 'Home and Away' as Morag Bellingham. Kylie Minogue is an Australian actress and singer. Holly Valance is a singer who started her career on television in 'Neighbours'. Rowena Wallace is a veteran Australian actress who also appeared in 'Sons and Daughters'.

15. Which much loved celebrity, whose career started with the advent of television in Australia, has the nickname "Moonface"?

From Quiz Celebrities Australian Style

Answer: Bert Newton

Albert Watson "Bert" Newton was dubbed "Moonface" by Don Lane in 1975 and boy did the name stick! Bert was the second banana on "The Don Lane" show and a highlight were the costumes he donned to send up guests on the show (remember him as Demis Roussos?). He probably kept working because he admitted a gambling problem in 1993 and had to file for bankruptcy! Bert has won four Gold Logies for his work on "The Don Lane Show" and as the host of "New Faces". Trevor Maramalde is known for propping up the bar on "The Footy Show" and John Burgess had the nickname of "Baby Face".

16. Which son of a Prime Minister nipped out with Kylie Minogue's sister and tucked into some charming serials? He has been quoted as saying that "Acting was just another job to bring in money."

From Quiz Aussie Icons On Loan

Answer: Julian McMahon

Julian Dana McMahon was born on July 27 1968, in Sydney, New South Wales. His father was Sir William McMahon GCMG CH, who served as the 20th Prime Minister of Australia from 1971-1972. Julian has been married and divorced twice, first to Kylie Minogue's sister Danii and then to American actress Brooke Burns, who had a daughter called Madison during their marriage. Julian studied law for one year after leaving school, but decided that modelling and television commercials suited him better. His big break overseas came in 1992 when he starred in the American soap called "Another World". He has also had television roles in "Profiler"(1996), "Charmed"(2000) and "Nip/Tuck"(2003).

17. Call me Molly, everyone does. I'd like a house in the top ten countdown please. I don't want to create a commotion. Do yourself a favour and help me find a house that's 'The Real Thing'. Which celebrity is this?

From Quiz Aussie TV Stars Need a Home #2

Answer: Ian Meldrum

Ian Alexander 'Molly' Meldrum has been involved in the Australian music industry since the 1960s. Born in Orbost, Victoria, in 1946, his first involvement in the music scene was as a roadie for a friend's band. He learnt record production and produced several major hits for Australian artists including 'The Real Thing' for Russell Morris. His television career started in the 1960s on the show 'Kommotion' and in 1974 he began hosting 'Countdown'. This weekly music show featured performances by artists and music videos. 'Countdown' ran until 1987 and contributed to the success of many artists. Later he hosted a segment on 'Hey Hey, It's Saturday!' called 'Molly's Melodrama' in which he reported on developments in the music industry. 'Do yourself a favour' became a favourite saying of Molly's during his days on the ABC television network.

18. G'day. After leaving 'Heartbreak High' I settled in 'E Street'. I looked for a house at 'Home and Away' from home, but with no luck. I need a 'Guardian' to help in the search. Can you help me please, by identifying me?

From Quiz Aussie TV Stars Need a Home #1

Answer: Simon Baker

Simon Baker was born in the Tasmanian city of Launceston in 1969. His mother was an English and drama teacher but Simon worked as a brick layer for a time before acting took over. He appeared in 'L.A. Confidential' (1997) with Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce. In 1998 Simon married Australian actress Rebecca Rigg. Television shows referred to in the question were 'Heartbreak High', 'E Street', and 'Home and Away', all soap operas made in Australia. 'The Guardian' was a US made TV series with Simon in the lead role as a lawyer. Jack Thompson, John Woods and Sam Worthington are Australian actors.

19. Known as "Eddie Everywhere", which celebrity is a fanatical supporter of Collingwood Football Club?

From Quiz Celebrities Australian Style

Answer: Eddie McGuire

Eddie earned the nickname because at one point he was hosting two weekly shows, "The Footy Show" and "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire", as well as hosting Friday Night Football and the Sunday afternoon AFL match. As well as these weekly commitments, he also headed just about "every" special event on Channel Nine, and became the President of Collingwood Football Club! It seemed that every time television was on, his face appeared! After relinquishing the reins on "The Footy Show" he enjoyed a stint as Channel Nine CEO until his resignation from that role in June 2007. While Eddie was host, "The Footy Show" won two Silver Logies for best Sports Programme, in 2002 and 2003.

20. This star was in Xanadu when she slipped on some grease and claimed that she still honestly loved her missing boyfriend. She is quoted as having said that "The only weights I lift are my dogs".

From Quiz Aussie Icons On Loan

Answer: Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John AO OBE, was born on September 26 1948, in Cambridge, England. She is an Australian pop singer/songwriter and actress. Olivia's big break internationally came in 1971 in England, when she recorded her solo album "If Not For You". She also had a big break in American when she co-starred with John Travolta in the film called "Grease" (1978). In 1980 she starred in the film "Xanadu" which co-starred Matt Lattanzi, her future husband. Olivia and Matt divorced in 1995 after having a daughter called Chloe. In 1992 Olivia was diagnosed with breast cancer and has been a staunch supporter for breast cancer awareness and research. A year after her divorce from Matt, Olivia started a nine year relationship with American Patrick McDermott, a gaffer/cameraman who eventually disappeared.

21. Which Allstar played the guitar on stage?

From Quiz The Doug Anthony Allstars

Answer: Richard Fidler

Richard was also the "stupid one", who was the butt of many of Paul and Tim's jokes.

22. Who, from Moonee Ponds, described 'herself' as a 'Housewife Superstar'?

From Quiz Aussie Comics

Answer: Dame Edna Everage

Dame Edna Everage, aka, Barry Humphries! Barry was a very intelligent boy who attended Melbourne University and performed in revues and did some impersonations. He moved to London in the 1960s and began his television career as the daunting Dame!

23. As part of a meat tray, Roy and HG once awarded a fish. What was unusual about this fish?

From Quiz Roy and HG

Answer: It was jammed into a wave formed of meat

A highlight of the Club Buggery years!

24. Well you can't have a Aussie celebrity quiz without "Our Nic", so here we go. Nicole Kidman was barely recognizable in one of her first films, back in 1983. What was the title of this story about young peddlers?

From Quiz Celebrities Australian Style

Answer: BMX Bandits

The story line involved two BMX riding mates finding a box of walkie talkies tuned to the police channel and a pair of inept robbers doing all they could to retrieve them. Nicole played their friend, Judy. Needless to say, the boys and Judy triumphed in the end! Her hair was red, long and wildly curly and her face freckled. She certainly has come a long way since 1983. Nic has been nominated for several Academy Awards and finally won in 2003 for her portrayal of Virginia Wolfe in "The Hours".

25. Which Aussie should be so lucky that her neighbours saved her from delinquent activities on locomotives? She is quoted as saying that "I don't try to be a sex bomb. I am one."

From Quiz Aussie Icons On Loan

Answer: Kylie Minogue

Kylie Ann Minogue OBE, was born on May 28 1968, in Melbourne, Victoria. She is a pop singer/songwriter/actress and fashion designer. She rose to fame whilst starring in a 1980s Australian television soap called "Neighbours". Kylie is well known for her music videos, her sex symbol image and her flamboyant costumes. Her big break internationally came in England in 1987, where she had much success with an old song called "The Loco-motion". In 1989 Kylie starred in an Australian film called "The Delinquents" and she had a small acting role in the Nicole Kidman film "Moulin Rouge"(2001). In 2005 just after touring Europe with her stage show, Kylie was diagnosed with breast cancer, which stopped her career for 18 months. Some of her famous songs include "I Should Be So Lucky" (1988) and "Can't Get You Out Of My Head"(2001).

26. The Doug Anthony Allstars were named after the Australian politician - Doug Anthony. What party did the real Doug Anthony represent?

From Quiz The Doug Anthony Allstars

Answer: The Country Party

Doug Anthony's real name was John Douglas Anthony.

27. 'Mother and Son', an extremely popular comedy series on the ABC produced between 1983 and 1993, starred which character who would say, "Oh, Arthur"?

From Quiz Aussie Comics

Answer: Maggie Beare

The late, great, Ruth Cracknell played the part of 'dotty' Maggie Beare, an elderly woman suffering early dementia, in "Mother and Son", alongside Garry Macdonald. Probably one of the best comic teams to grace Australian television in the 1980s and 1990s. Maggie's memory lapses and disorientation - genuine or intentional - drove her 'carer' son, Arthur, to distraction and his long suffering attempts to deal with her were not helped by her her other son Robbie's rampant self-interest. It made for a brilliantly dark comedy!

28. What do the Lithgow Shamrocks do?

From Quiz Roy and HG

Answer: Play rugby league

Rugby league is a football game played in the Sydney area.

29. This actor was born in 1967. Some of his roles were in "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert", "LA Confidential", "Rules of Engagement", "Memento", "The Count of Monte Cristo" and "The Time Machine." Do you know the name of this actor?

From Quiz From Oz to Tinseltown

Answer: Guy Pearce

Guy Edward Pearce was born in England in 1967 and moved with his family to Geelong, Melbourne, Australia when he was three years old. He joined a Junior Players theatre group when he was 15 and also participated in body-building and fencing. In 1985 he won a role in the Australian soap opera "Neighbours" and then appeared in "Home and Away" and "Snowy River: The McGregor Saga." He played the role of Andy Warhol in "Factory Girl" and Harry Houdini in "Death Defying Acts". He also played the role of the Prince of Wales (who became King Edward VIII) in "The King's Speech." In 2011 he won an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries for his role of Monty Beragon in "Mildred Pierce" opposite Kate Winslett. He has appeared in over 45 movies and TV series productions.

30. Which actress, known for her strong support of animal rights, demonstrated early acting skill by faking appendicitis (so convincingly that it was removed) at the age of eleven?

From Quiz Celebrities Australian Style

Answer: Toni Collette

Obviously quirky, even as a child! The appendix was found to be perfectly healthy after removal. Toni first came to prominence in "Muriel's Wedding" (1994) when she gained forty pounds in ten weeks to play the role of Muriel and squeeze herself into the famous ABBA suit. Toni was nominated for a Golden Globe award in 2006 for "Little Miss Sunshine" and received an Academy Award nomination in 1999 for "The Sixth Sense". Her first child was born in 1998, a daughter named Sage.

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